He taught advanced mathematics in Crested Butte, Colorado at a private academy before returning to Arizona State University to manage freshmen transition programs and tutoring centers. He learned web development throughout this time as a hobby and eventually transitioned to full time web development in 2011 at Unicon in Gilbert AZ. For the past five years he has progressed in advanced UX implementations. He enjoys mountain biking, skateboarding, and learning everything he can about various fields in science.
Sep 20, 2016
6 mins read
Grasp Theory is a project that is exploring a new way to catalogue and recall documents that are personally relevant. This article describes some high-level concepts being used that leverage Neo4j. The Power of the Graph Having a graph to represent connections between content is really... read more